Wednesday, August 15, 2012

News Preview for August 16th issue

Public Works Director planning for the future of Lennox

For the past eight months Greg Stack has been getting to know the City of Lennox. During that time, he not only has gotten familiar with the people of Lennox, he has become intricately involved in many of the City’s projects.

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School Board to hear proposal on $99,000 scoreboards at next meeting

The Lennox School District 41-4 Board of Education meet on Monday night, August 16. There was a public hearing to deal with the waiver 24-43-08-01. Superintendent Robert Mayer explained this waiver would allow a home-schooling student to return to Lennox High School and have the opportunity to receive credit if the student can “test out” of certain classes. The State of South Dakota allows students the option to test out of: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Biology, Chemistry, Geometry, Government, Physics, World History, Geography, Physical Science, US History, and Spanish. The Board would discuss this issue later in the meeting under action items. It was later voted on to be approved to allow the student the chance to test out of the subjects requested. 

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